This year I took on the role of Photographer Wrangler on the organizing committee. That meant I reached out to all the volunteers who said they would help photograph the event and organized a schedule for everyone. We were a little short on volunteers so I ended up shooting both days and I had to jump around a lot of the talks. I got to see and hear a lot of the convention, but all in short bits. Here are the photos I submitted for both days of the event.
I’ve been going through some old photo folders and stumbled across some of my favorites from my lomo kick. All pictures taken with the Lomo Fisheye and Holga film cameras.
I managed to get a ticket to the opening day of the Intel Developer Forum 2015, or IDF 15, a haven for everything tech. I saw a ton of great innovations from robotics to the Internet of Things.
I made my own badge have LED lights at the maker lab. I even hacked some lights onto my camera and entered a contest, and ended up winning with this tweet:
— Anthony Skelton (@ajskelton) August 18, 2015
From that tweet I won a SEED Intel Edison Rover Kit.
I put it all together right away and need to find more time to play around with some custom controls.
I also brought my camera along and document the fun and informational filled day.